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New Store Plans for a Retail Chain Focusing on Home Improvement

This retail chain had to remove existing displays and build new displays and components in over 1750 stores.

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A major American retail chain had to rebuild and install new displays and components for the fashion plumbing category across 1750 stores. This project involved taking down existing displays and related bay wraps and signages in each store. On average, every store has 5-6 bays, along with floor and end cap displays. We had a 2-6-week execution window for each geographical market. 


Our Solution:

We utilized the SmartMap platform to streamline the planning, execution, and updating of the store floor plans. Our plan also factored in the schedule, which was dependent on the reset domain crossing flow of the new products. Our heavy project teams started work at 5:00 AM owing to the need for utilization of forklifts and related equipment. 



We completed the planning and execution for all stores over eight weeks. On average, we executed 48 person-hour sets per day. 


“I wanted to give feedback for the Driveline team headed up by Tom McDonald. Tom and his team did a fantastic job, they were a pleasure to work with and have in our stores. They were professional, worked very clean and safely. The quality of their work was out of this world.”

– Jamie Gravitt, Product Service Supervisor, Market 1249


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